If you want to change the boot priority enable or disable secure boot or change any other low-level settings then you need to boot into UEFI mode. Depending on the motherboard manufacturer you have to press specific keys or a combination of keys on your keyboard to access UEFI mode. If you missed the opportunity to do so when turning on your computer you can also boot into UEFI mode directly from Windows. This eliminates the need to press relevant keys as fast as possible at boot time. Booting into UEFI from Windows is not difficult. However you can only do8230 Read more.
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